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gathered to call on the city to release details of the investigation in a teenager's death. police initially reported that bluford died in exchange of gunfire. a gun believed to be bluford had not been fired and the officer shot himself in the foot. however police say several witnesses say thaw saw bluford point a gun at the officer. the bluford family is suing the city of oakland. >>> an east bay restaurant is holding a memorial tomorrow for the family of officer youngstrom. the fallen heros group is helping to organize the event at the new forley restaurant in alamo. that dinner dance begins at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. >>> fans and players held a moment of silence in honor of chris stevens. stevens was killed along with three other americans after an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya. he was a graduate of uc berkeley. he later received a law degree from hastings college. stevens was 52 years old. >>> refs came to an agreement on a new contract after four weeks of lock out. those replacement officials who took over officiates games drew lots of criticism that they were not
weather. savannah? >> all right, al. president obama, governor romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through her
romney both in new york city today to speak at the clinton global initiative, and the president will also deliver an address to the united nations general assembly. governor romney will drop by nbc's education nation summit. chuck todd is nbc's political director, chief white house correspondent. you come with your telestrator today. >> i do, i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know 270 is the magic number. >> right. >> where do things stand? >> right now we have the president at 243 here, and what that means is we've got states adding up 243 electoral votes. it 70, of course, is the magic number. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa, and that put him at 243. what's interesting here, savannah. he now needs only a couple of states, a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time, ohio, florida, virginia, just a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio. it's usually a bellwether, a couple of scenarios to run through here. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio. >> we
, president obama and governor romney both in new york city to speak at the the clinton global initiative. governor romney will drob by nbc's education summit. chuck todd is the nbc's political director. you koom with your telestrator today. >> i do. >> let's talk about the state of the union in terms of the battleground map. we know that 270 is the magic number. where do things stand right now? >> we have the president at 243. states adding up to 243 electoral votes, 270 is the magic numb. what we've recently moved was the state of iowa. that put him at 243. what's interesting here, it means he now only needs a couple of states. a couple of the big states, big three that i talk about all the time. ohio, florida, virginia, a couple of ways and he gets over the finish line. >> we talk about ohio, it's usually a bellweather. you have a couple of scenarios to run through. i think this one shows if president obama takes ohio? >> we do. let me show you what happens when we give him ohio. watch how close he gets to 270. it gets him to 261 here. and now, that means what? there's about four diffe
o there. we got data from the 20 biggest cities in the country. and home prices are posting the strongest gains since 2007. in the first seven months of this year, prices in those cities have gone up nearly 6%. on top of that, some of the biggest gains in value, are coming at the low end of the housing market. that means the less expensive homes, hit hardest by the downturn. we're not out of the woods just yet. prices are still down 30%, compared to before the recession. but every improvement helps boost homeowners' defeconfidenc. that makes them more likely to start spending again. some reasons to be encourage, josh. >> cautious optimism, if nothing else. >>> also, those folks are going to have more money in their pocket because they are saving at the gas station. aaa reported that prices have dropped again. the average is $3.80. >>> wall street had the biggest drop in two years. thousands of protesters slashing with police in spain. severe budget cuts and tax increases being imposed by the spanish government. >>> breaking overnight, two more american soldiers have been kil
. >> good morning, josh. really big news for so many folks out there. we got data from the 20 biggest cities in the country. and it's good news to tell you this morning. home prices have posted the strongest gains since 2005, seven years ago before the recession. in the first seven months of this year, prices in those cities have gone up nearly 6%. on top of that, some of the biggest gains in value are coming at the low end of the housing market. that means the less expensive homes, hit hardest by the downturn. we're not out of the woods just yet. a few miles left to go. prices are still down 30%, compared to before the recession. but every improvement helps boost homeowners' confidence. that makes them a lot more likely to start spending money again. some reasons to be encouraged, josh. >> cautious optimism, if nothing else. thank you far that, rob. >>> also, those folks are going to have more money in their pocket because they are saving at the gas station. overnight, aaa reported that gas prices have dropped again. national average is now $3.80 per gallon. >>> despite that good news, wall
-for-hire. >> uh, shocked. >> reporter: police in plant city, florida, arrested the 55-year-old high school social studies teacher during school thursday, after he allegedly attempted to hire an out-of-state hitman to take out a fellow teacher, robert meredith. >> very strange. very disconcerting. something like that. >> reporter: overnight, meredith told our tampa affiliate through his front door, he doesn't know why pepe would want him dead. >> never scuffles or words exchanged? never? >> never. >> reporter: police say they were tipped off about the plot in august, when the man pepe thought he was hiring to kill his colleague, instead, called investigators. >> it had moved beyond just a fixation, to the point where he believed there was actual danger. that's when he notified law enforcement. >> reporter: plant city police called the fbi that taped phone calls. in one recording made two weeks ago, pepe allegedly told the officer he, quote, had an issue he might need taken care of. pepe allegedly told the agent he would be willing to pay $2,000. but when the agent tried to arrange a meeting, pepe
, where he believed there was actual danger. that's when he notified law enforcement. >> reporter: city police called the fbi that taped phone calls. in one recording made two weeks ago, pepe allegedly told the officer he, quote, had an issue he might need taken care of. pepe allegedly told the agent he would be willing to pay $2,000. but when the agent tried to arrange a meeting, pepe balked. >> we thought we had enough to file at the attorney's office. >> reporter: students say pepe liked to be called dr. professor pepe. he is now charged with solicitation of first-degree murder. he makes his first court appearance today. he did not respond nor his lawyer to our attempts to seek comments. >> thank you very much. >>> george, now, to a truly remarkable little girl. a preschooler turning into a real hero. coming to the rescue when her mom collapsed right in front of her. john muller has the dramatic story. >> reporter: diana jensen knew she would lift heaven and earth to protect her daughter. she didn't know her 4-year-old would be the one saving her. >> we need you to come to our house.
, no prison inside vatican city, but there's an according with the italian state. he would serve his sentence confined in an italian prison, probably in rome, but the bigge thing is the pope would probably pardon him. he's asked for forgiveness, and the pope has indicated that as part of faith, catholic faith, forgiveness is a huge part of that. he will probably pardon the butler. especially if the butler doesn't make waves. you know, i think the butler is playing along with this particular trial as he's playing nicely, not rocking the boat, not giving any secrets away. there's no reason why the pope wouldn't pardon him. he'll probably never work again in the vatican city or state but he will be pardoned. >> thanks so much from rome. keep us posted on that trial. >> for many, a trip to the spa is part of their vacation, but for some, it is the vacation. next, we'll tell you where the best places to go are if you need to unwind. . yeah, i'm looking to save, but i'm not sure which policy is right for me. you should try our coverage checker. it helps you see if you have too much coverage or not
lloyd back from total blindness. and "on the road", steve hartman visits a restaurant whose special city a second helping of compassion. >> i've been very lucky and i want people to have what i have. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" yzith scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, mitt romney has 39 days to turn his 45esidential campaign into a winner but the support of a key voting group is in jeopardy. seniors tend to vote republicans but many are concerned about what a president romney might do with medicare. look at this poll of key swing states by the "washington post." in florida where nearly one out of three voters is over 65, romney trails president obama by four points. 51% to 47%. in ohio, romney is down eight points, 52% to 44%. and it gets about the same z mbers in virginia, eight points behind. in those three states, of senior voters who said medicare is extremely important 53% are going with president obama, 42% mitt romney. we asked dean reynolds to tell us more about the medicare factor. >> the first step to a stronger strcare is to repeal obamacare.
. rao the city to the other radio in los angeles. like to point out that we're all graduates of the university of michigan law school. different years. larry is older than i am. and is a little bit younger, but the three of us all graduated from law school. now one of us has been invited back to campus to speak. go figure. three nationally syndicated talk show hosts with a lot of audience and none of us have been invited back. every five years i invited back to harvard to be the person that this town. that the chief of staff and director of the peace corps and communications director. duval patrick is the governor of massachusetts. grover norquist. it's like groundhog day every side -- every five years before us identify our class. we have the only two conservatives the gun and of harvard. the rest of us just throw things at us. it's always amusing commute the series is very good. come back in november bummer doing when it -- william henry harrison. it's a very short program. you don't want to miss that one. and such a presidential merit i visited his tomb. his tomb is in a s
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in the northeast. pittsburgh to cleveland, louisville, wichita, oklahoma city. also, stormy from the texas panhandle to brownsville. showers from the colorado rockies to rapid city. >> 90s in sacramento, phoenix, dallas. mostly 70s in the heartland. 80s in the southeast. yes, sounds good. >>> well, everything is bigger in texas, of course. one thing may be shrinking, the texas twang. >> whew. >> it's okay. relax. researchers from university of texas are on the case. their texas english project find that the twang is very much alive, but it is now more of a matter of choice. >> yes, you can -- you can still hear expressions like, down yonder and y'all. but it depends on who the texan is talking to and what they're talking about. see, i happen to think the southern accent -- oh. >> if you really want to hear the twang of texas, you got to go out to dallas first, johnson county, wise county. >> i don't know that i have that much twang. i don't think people have lost their twang. >> i lost my twang, texas as a whole i don't think it any lost. >> researchers say what is changing the twang is ur
at that boundary. it's very active this morning. showers and thunderstorms from oklahoma city to new york city. for today, that's where all the weather is going to be. south of there, warm and sticky. 93 in dallas. 90 in the southeast. unseasonably warm in most of the west. you are waking up to a chill in the midwest. that's a look at the weather across the country. >> we have a mostly cloudy sky here and a small part of our area, showers coming through. good morning, storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson here. showers around hagerstown. there's a chance here for the early morning. pretty nice sunrise. 67 degrees is the current temperature. we'll get up to a high today of 84. like yesterday, a warm one with rain at 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. this evening.>>> and that's a look a weather. matt, over to you. >> thanks, maria. >>> justin bieber and his fans are mourning the death of a 6-year-old who snagged the pop star's heart. a remarkable little girl we had a chance to meet earlier this year. tamron hall is here with her story. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> she was one of justin bieber's
in raleigh dur ham 72. that is room temperature. here in new york city . warmer down in portions of florida and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and midaches in portions of texas and it will be 98 out in los angeles where car magedon didn't happen over the weekend. it should be 104. >> if you love room temperature why is the studio not room temperature. >> did they generate themselves or did you type in nor. >> steve: we have a super commutor. >> gretchen: no one listened to my request. >> steve: he likes the room at 72? >> gretchen: let's jacket it up in here then. talk about governor chris christy. he went on the talk show. a lot of people have wondered where chris christy had gone as far as being on the stump. maybe he needed to be out there spice things up a bit. he did that yesterday. listen to this exchange where it seems like george stephanopilis was stunned at what governor chris christie said. >> stop lying, mr. president. governor is not talking about tax cuts for the wealthy. he the wealthiy will pay under the romney administration as today. i love those ads. president said m
of a traffic melt many down across the city but it never really took shape. what people in los angeles are saying this time is it's september, not july so more worried but if they weren't worried about the traffic there they'd have nothing to talk about. >> every opportunity we have to tie something to the mayan privacies, we do that. we've literally seen the pitfalls of texting while walking. especially not a good idea when you live on the edge of a 60-foot cliff. this from "the alaska dispatch," a woman is recovering from multiple injuries, there she is right there after she lost her footing apparently. she slipped on wet grass and plummeted. she apparently was trying to toss a cigarette butt but walked a little too close to the edge because she was texting at the time. so firefighters swooped down on ropes together and say she is lucky since the tide was up to her toes when they finally get to her. >> the walking, texting, smoking near the cliff. seems like a bad combination. i don't know. >> oh, my gosh. poor woman. can you imagine going over. >> juggling also. maybe the only thing
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. this after a number of that they are using money.gram to make the city continues to sit is to increase safety. as a little too all morning on good morning washington" -- celebratingd fans their one of their first division title since moving to d.c. in a 2005. celebrating.e despite losing the game to the phillies last night, they nl east.the news channel 8 will have war and h report in just a minutes. let us get a quick check on the commute. fromout what is happening angela foster. morning. looking at quite a few the beltway in maryland. an accident on the inner loop between connecticut avenue and georgia. causing two lanes, major delays. at nutley.6 very slow. traveling and about 395, no lanes open.ur all just slow traffic. ?ow is our forecast for today side.the wet camera here. you can see the raindrops here on the lens. moving inside the beltway and well.he district as showers to the east of manassas. skies today, occasional showers. 72 7to the 6. be warmer than that. tomorrow, in the >>> hey, everybody. i'm so excited about hosting "good morning america." i hope george and i do a cooking s
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and thunderstorms from oklahoma city, clear to new york city. for today, that's where all the weather's going to be. south of there, pretty warm and sticky. 93 in dallas today, 90 as we get into parts of the southeast. still unseasonably warm in most of the west and you're waking up >> mostly cloudy with a chance for showers, especially into the evening hours. highs in the upper 70's. >>> and that's a look at the weather. matt, over to you. >> thanks, maria. >>> justin bieber and his fans are mourning the death of a 6-year-old who snagged the pop star's heart. a remarkable little girl we had a chance to meet earlier this year. tamron hall is here with her story. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> she was one of justin bieber's biggest fans and even became known as mrs. justin bieber after she had a chance to meet and even marry her hero. on wednesday, we got the very sad, heartbreaking news that she lost her battle with a rare brain disorder. >> i have biebs. >> it was back in february when the world first heard the story of avalona ruth. >> how long? >> seven years. >> no, 80 years. >> a litt
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city, 80s across the south. >>> well another major tourist attraction is coming to the big apple. the world's tallest ferris wheel. that's right, the 625-foot-tall wheel capable of carrying more than 1,400 people will be built on staten island overlooking the statue of liberty and manhattan skyline. the privately funded project will cost $230 million. city officials hope it will draw millions of visitors. it should be finished in about three years. i'm not getting on that. >> it will be a heck of a view. are you scared of heights? >> you know, i don't see it. so you're up there, ah wow, i'm so high i could die. wow. i don't know. it doesn't make me fool good. i don't need that. >> sunny, think about you and your husband when you maybe courting and having a date and on the ferris wheel, wouldn't get on there? wouldn't be romantic? >> oh, it's so high, my goodness. look i am 1,400 feet up in the air and could fall and die. i don't need that feeling. >> you are not feeling it. >> don't know -- get on the ferry and go to staten island to do it. >> sure, why not. beauti
degrees, rapid city at nine degrees and minneapolis will see a high of 78 degrees and heat where you've expected down through the southwest and 90s in the southwest and a little chillier than normal in the northeast and new england with temperatures there in the 60s. look for rain stretching from new england all the way back, heavy rain in texas. some morning showers. afternoon showers in the pacific northwest later today. that's what's going on aroat >> a few showers this morning. we expect mostly cloudy into the afternoon. >>> that's your latest weather, but, of course, we're all waiting for just two more days, and then it's all worthwhile because it's sunday night "football night in america." that's right. the new york giants taking on the philadelphia eagles. lincoln financial field. cloudy, mild, 30% chance of showers. temperatures in the low to mid-60s. will the eagles clean their claws on the giants helmets? we'll find out on sunday night, "football night in america." . willie. >> wow, al roker with us from his weather library in los angeles. al. >> our weather desk. >> all ri
seeing warmer than normal. boise 12 degrees, rapid city at nine degrees and minneapolis will see a high of 78 degrees and heat where you've expected down through the southwest and 90s in the southwest and a little chillier than normal in the northeast and new england with temperatures there in the 60s. look for rain stretching from new england all the way back, heavy rain in texas. some morning showers. afternoon showers in the pacific northwest later today. >>> good friday morning to you. 7:38 now. i wanted to start with a live crystal clear shot of sunrise over san rafael of the just spectacular this morning. we have a lot of fog right at the immediate coast, hence a little cooler this afternoon. 69 degrees in san francisco. today you'll hit 90 in livermore, 77 in san jose and 74 degrees in oaktown. as we head through this afternoon it will be hot but not as hot as where we are headed. 102 degrees on sunday. we peak on monday and then get out of this heat wave on tuesday. >>> that's your latest weather, but, of course, we're all waiting for just two more days, and then it's all worthw
to the peninsula some delays near redwood city westbound 237 stop and go conditions as well. no. 8 80s starting to stock up to oakland southbound a little slow and go into a word. >>> delays due to fog it senses the airport with clear skies in the end. to the afternoon the skies will clear out of the building is down to a quarter of a mile and some of the north they valleys and napa down to three-quarters of a mile in hayward. '70s and '80s this afternoon and '80s and '90s inland and '60s towards the coast line with warmer weather to come to the weekend. weeke[ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. ♪ >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." now that your summer is over are you ready to relax into fall. maybe not if you're planning to go away for the holidays. >> peter greenberg is here with some money saving ideas. good morning, peter. >> good mo
voting kicked off today. we're here in iowa city. we saw a pretty healthy line. mostly students, mostly obama supporters here. mostly obama supporters on day one. now, republicans say that's overblown. if you've made up your mind to vote even before the debates, you are going to be for one candidate or the other no matter what and you are going to vote. so if you're voting early, voting late, it doesn't matter. but one of the places obama thinks it helps is they had a big swell in the youth vote last time. they had the support in the polls, but, wolf, frankly they think turnout could be down this time. sometimes college students get a bit distracted. one of the things, the president of the university of iowa democrats, her job is to tell all of her friends, all of the fellow students vote now. >> things come up. you can have an exam. you can wait until election day and not know where your precinct is. a lot of student haves to go to elementary schools, they don't have cars, they don't know where it is, any extra obstacle can keep students home on election day. early voting gives us 40 m
war in its largest city with air strikes and artillery blasting neighborhoods in aleppo, a city of three million people. for two months, the assad dictatorship has been trying to crush rebels there. we were struck by these pictures today, assad's military wiped out a home with a family inside. the entire neighborhood tried to claw through the radioruins but workers could rescue only two of 11 family members. prosecutors in los angeles say they finally have the real name of that mysterious man behind the anti-islamic movie that has ignited riots all across the middle east. the man now known as mark youseff in a california jail, held without bond. at least 50 people have been killed in protests linked to the film, so we asked john blackstone to tell us more about the man and his motives. >> reporter: on the set of his controversial movie, the mysterious filmmaker called himself sam bacile. prosecutors knew him as nakoula nakoula, convicted of check fraud in 2010. in court yesterday he identified himself as mark basselly youseff this man of many names is now under arrest for violat
in their surveys across the country you're seeing chicago, dallas, kansas city, philadelphia, new york city, richmond, all reporting from businesses that business confidence is slowing down and it is dropping. this the third straight month in a row that we're seeing this. average orders index of course negative for the fourth straight month. we've seen that. employment index at a low too. but the issue is the umpire, the referees who get to call whether or not the u.s. economy is in a recession or not, it is called the national bureau of economic research. and jenna, they have historically been slow to call whether or not the u.s. is in a recession. you won't know until nine or ten months after the fact. for example, in 1970, back then the u.s. economy was in a recession. we only heard it was in recession from the nber eight to nine months later. in fact in the most latest downturn from 2007 to 2009, we basically, that was called, that recession was called in 2010. so you may hear after the fact that the u.s. economy was in a recession and it's not just two consecutive quarters of negative
out of aleppo, the city of aleppo. today, the german foreign minister made a plea before the assembly. >> translator: such suffering is speechless. but it also impells us to act. to this very day the security council has failed to live up to its responsibility for people in syria. >> germany is part of a special u.n. meeting at this hour. known as the friends of syria. u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton is also there with about 20 other world leaders. >>> let's turn to cnn's senior united nations correspondent richard roth. before we get to syria, i want to get the latest on that phone call involving israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. yesterday, he urged that a red line, an ultimatum be given to iran to stop the nuclear program in iran. we have learned that he and president obama have spoken. do you know the answer of whom called whom? >> no, but it was already prior arranged so i don't think it is really that significant. i mean, yesterday netanyahu was talking about red lines, today it is a phone line. and the statement released by the white house following this phone c
and the hired hit man who showed up at his door. nbc's josh mankiewicz is in kansas city. josh, good morning. >> reporter: this is one of those truth is stranger than fiction stories which is really not surprising given that it has a hollywood backdrop and that one of the players is a very well-known name. garrett warren was at the top of his game, a hollywood stunt man who had mastered the art of make believe violence. but one night he answered the door of his home and faced the real thing. >> when a bullet hits you, you don't really know that it hits you. not like you see in the movies. >> reporter: but he was hit, four times, at close range. >> i fell back behind my door to the ground, and then he walked in and put the gun in my head and when i saw him squeeze the trigger i flinched just like this, like a fighter would. the bullet went straight through my head and came out my head. >> pretty good reflexes. >> like "the matrix," keanu going back and hitting him. so as much as i moved, i still got hit. >> reporter: somehow garrent warren survived. now the question was who shot him and why?
in new york city about iran. [video clip] >> we cannot forget that not far from here a voice of unspeakable evil and hatred has spoken out, threatening israel and the entire civilized world. we come together knowing that the bitterness of hate is no match for the strength of love. in the weeks ahead, i will continue to speak to these challenges and the opportunities that this moment presents us that go beyond foreign assistance, speaking about the american strategy to secure our interests and ideals in this on certain time. host: laura, pennsylvania, hello. caller: up front i wanted to say, for the first caller that called herself a republican and went on to bash mitt romney, i do not know what you can do, these people are not republicans. if you can ask them who they voted for and they say obama, cut them off. they are lying, they are not republicans. we are talking about who will be the next president for the next four years and the direction this country will go in. foreign policy has become the number-one issue. it used to be the economy, stupid. it is still the economy,
changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu says the hour is late, very late to stop iran from becoming a nuclear threat. >> the iranian nuclear calendar doesn't take time out for anyone or for anything. i speak about it now because when it comes to the survival of my country it is not only my right to speak, it's my duty to speak. >>shepard: he spoke at u.n. in new york. he said international leaders would want to preserve world peace must address the issue. he says israel is in discussions with the united states regarding the path forward. he pushed for a red line to stop iran, which he says will have what it needs to build a nuclear weapon by next summer. of course, iran has claimed their nuclear program is for peaceful purposes only. the fox report's chief correspondent is work the united nations today. jonathan, prime minister binyamin netanyahu is portraying this essentially as a fight between good and evil. >>jonathan: he absolutely put iran in the evil bracket. he said the regime is essential
in new york city. welcome back to "morning joe." mark halperin and john heilemann are still with us. and joining the set, nbc news's tom brokaw, good to have you with us. >> so mika, we need some help. >> we do. >> from viewers. e-mail us. >> or tweet. >> what's the best e-mail or tweet? what's the best one for us? >> joe@msnbc.com. >> tom brokaw believes, like espn, we need to brand events, we need to brand this wednesday debate. tom, you suggested the rocky mountain rumble. i like that. we had the donnybrook in denver from mark halperin. >> and yours was? >> the mile high. >> that's just a story. we need some suggestions. >> there's our twitter address. >> but you're going, though. >> i'm on my way today. >> what are you looking for? >> i'm going to spend time with undecided voters in golden, colorado, still is a battleground state. we want to hear what they're looking for on wednesday night, what bothers them right now. these are always the people that intrigue me. i think governor christie is dead right, by the way, when he says people are now beginning to tune in. we've been ta
driving convictions were tossed out. but the city says new equipment is now in place. >> well, i think it's an important tool. in making sure that people who are driving really are in a condition to be able to drive. we realize that there were some things that had to be done to make sure that they were perfected. we believe that's happened now. >> d.c. officials have consulted with experts, they say, and do not expect any problems with these new devices. >>> a driver backed up a little too far today in landover hills here. police tell us the driver was trying to reverse out of a laundromat parking lot. the suv rolled off the curb and down a small embankment hitting the side of a bowling alley. no one was hurt. >>> still ahead, the investigation into who killed a school superintendent that leads police to northern virginia, where a fugitive may be hiding. >>> a flea market find turns out to be a priceless piece of art. that has apparently been missing for decades. >>> tsa agents confiscate peanut butter from a mother with two kids. she complains, and she gets a surprise in the mail. [ male
. the day before thanksgiving don't count on anything. if you book ahead and plan alternate cities and routes you'll be in good shape. >> everybody says i'm technically challenged but everybody says you get the best deals online. true is this >> not even close. that's the biggest myth. you can do it at 3:00 in your bath robe. i'm a big fan of the conversation. the thing is here's the biggest myth all the available inventory is on the web. not even close. it's only the inventory that's made available on the web by the travel providers. have that conversation with a human being. call the airlines 800 number. talk to the travel agent. ask them the questions you need to ask. you might be surprised what you get. even if you're not happy with it you can still hold it for 24 hours and then go on the web to see if you can beat them. >> if you can get them on the phone. >> you know when you call in11:00 at night. >> best time to call is at 11:00 at night. when is the best time to fly? >> best time to fly, first flight out in the morning. we're talking 5:30, 6:00 a.m. flights. the plane is o
. one and a half years after it began, and the battle for this city and for syria grinds on relentlessly. the bombardment of homs, the war here, is as intense as ever. these soldiers say they have the rebels trapped in this area and that the battle will be over soon. whole neighborhoods here are a wasteland. the signs of battle on every building. few civilians remain. it's almost a shock to see them. in your heart, when you see your area like this -- >> well, i have no heart at all. cannot imagine. i feel very sorry for what has happened, really. >> reporter: how long will this go on for here? >> i don't know. god only knows. god alone knows. >> reporter: the war here is almost macabre. bizarrely, a mannequin marks the deadliest junction. but few places here are safe for anyone. so as world leaders at the united nations begin to talk again of syria, deadlocked in disagreement, the snipers on both sides take their positions. death on their minds. victory in their sights. bill neely, itv news, homs. >>> let's get caught up on other stories we're following tonight. isha is here with the bul
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